Girls Who Code Norfolk Slover Library

Girls Who Code Norfolk


Girls Who Code Club Norfolk is part of the national organization of Girls Who Code.  We are a group of middle and high school students who learn programming skills and apply what we learn to a community impact project we design.  The nationwide GWC organization aims to help young women close the gender gap in high-paying computer science careers.

Who Can Join

Girls in grades 6-12 from the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.

How to Register

Registration for the 2018-2019 school year is now CLOSED.  Slover Library hosts two sessions. Session A is on Sundays from 2-3pm. Session B is on Tuesdays from 5-6pm.

To register, each girl will need their own email account, password, and access to that email account during meetings.  Girls under 13 years old will need parent/guardian permission to register. 

Where We Meet

We meet in the Lower Level Training Room of Slover Library, downtown Norfolk, on Sundays from 2pm to 3pm (Session A) and Tuesdays from 5pm to 6pm (Session B), September through May.

Community Impact Projects

Check out the eBooks for Children that the girls of Norfolk GWC developed in 2016-2017.  Last year, the girls created a website designed to get the word out for Why Girls Should Code.

More Coding Practice

Work on your coding skills with the free resources recommended by GWC.

Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code

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